Colored with Copic markers, this image is called Sunset Sway. It is a digital image and I used the version without the butterfly. This awesome sentiment is included!
Here's a photo version of the colors I used.
This month I'm getting an entry in to Power Poppy's challenge. I have been an admirer and user of their images for quite a while, but have never entered their challenges! Now is your chance too, if you'd like to enter a card or two!!
I thought I'd get one in last month for the no-lines challenge, but did not get my image colored. So....this month I colored up the image I printed off in no-line style for the going green challenge!
I colored the image with only four Copic markers: G28, G07, G14, YG23. I started trying all the darkest G28, but quickly found out the best way would be to color one petal at a time. That was actually quite satisfying to see it come together that way. I suggest trying that on your next no-lines project!!
Other items used are Stampin' Up! cardstock, Avery Elle sentiment and Lawn Fawn alphabet letters, Sizzix scalloped square die, WeRMemory keepers embossing folder, and some light green glitter glue.
Thanks for checking out my card and I'd love to hear your comment if you want to leave one!
A Day For Daisies is closing down their blog and having a final blog challenge for us to enter our favorite ADFD cards. I have to admit, I'd had this image in my stash with this idea for quite a while before I finally made it a reality.
The image is colored with Copic markers and the background was made with inks and a cloud template. The sentiment is put together with a Lawn Fawn alphabet set.
Thankfully, ADFD is keeping their shop open, and it's loaded with tons of fantastic images covering all occasions! This image, kangaroo ballet, is available in the shop still too!
ADFD still has their Facebook page available as A Day For Daisies Community, so come join in if you are not already a member!
Here's another shot showing off the tulle I stitched directly onto my card. This 3-D tulle makes this one of my favorite cards!! (The tulle was first folded in half and I did a running stitch up the side of the fold line to pleat the tulle and then poked a few holes into the card with my sewing needle and thread to adhere the material!) Thanks for checking out my post!
Well I didn't get this linked up, but it is still one of my favorites, so I'll still put up the post!
What girl wouldn't love this challenge! Actually, I think the card I made for this challenge from CCC Digi Creations would look great with a graduating guy too! Sassy Studio Designs is sponsoring this week's fun challenge, so come play!
This Graduate Sassy image was cropped and enlarged. (I use Word program on my computer.) After I colored her with Copics, I cut the image out, ran it through my Xryon so it would be sticky and adhered to the background.
For the background, I used a white cardstock base. The sentiment image from MFT Stamps is repeatedly stamped 4 times and was a snap to line up! Yea!
I stamped it in black embossing ink then used an oldie-but-goodie EP I had that is black with rainbow glitter. Believe me, in real life, this card has *SPARKLE!** You can see a little bit of it showed up in the right hand corner of the card.
(If you are looking for the monochromatic challenge post for Open-Minded Crafting, or DTBST #325 challenge; please scroll down one and two posts.)
Sassy Studio Designs is sponsoring another challenge this month and it is the St. Patrick's/Luck challenge by Open-Minded Crafting. There is a month to upload cards/projects with this theme, so come play with us!
My family does not really celebrate St. Patrick's Day, so I used the Luck side of the challenge with SSD image Surprise Proposal Sassy. I cropped it so she could be a large focus on my card. I also printed it out at 25% opacity so it would be a little lighter, as the bear actually has a ring tied onto his bow that I did not want to be a focal point. I used a " beary lucky" word sentiment from Create With TLC.
The image is colored with Copic markers. The background cardstock is the same blue color as her dress but is stamped in a fresh green color from Stampin' Up! ink and a Stampin' Up! background plaid image.
Copic colors: SKIN: E04, 21, 51, 50, R11. LIPS/RIBBON: RV56, 34, 32. DRESS/EYES: B23, 12, 37. HAIR: E49, 77, 43. BEAR: E53, 51, 33, 35. (37, 49 for his nose). BACKGROUND: YG23, 06, 03, 11, 00. I just kind of scribbled the colors on the background, keeping the dark close to the image, and the lightest around the words. I used the chisel end of the 11 and 00 markers to lay down more ink and blend colors slightly. Then I added in more dark where I wanted it to be.
Thanks for checking out my blog. I hope you found this post useful and will come play in some challenges with us!
(If you are looking for this week's Open-Minded Crafting sponsorship challenge post, just scroll up!)
Here's my card made with the image given out during the discussion group for the last Star Wars release. I love the surprise in her face and hands!! LOL!
The image is called Birthday Surprise and was colored with Copic markers. BG 15, 32 pants; 99, 96, 93 ground; YG 41, 06 shirt; YG 41, 11 background; G7, 14, Y06, 38 candles; YG 11, E51, 53, 55, 57 cake.
Thanks for checking out my blog and come play on Facebook this week with any SSD image using the theme "Shades of Green".
(Sentiment is the birthday balloons from Clearly Besotted.)
This challenge at Crafting By Designs is sponsored by Sassy Studio Designs.
The image I used is a SSD Friday Freebie image called Wednesday Sassy. SSD has many fabulous images, check in the clickable link above! Also, every Friday SSD has a 24-hour freebie image in their Facebook group, a weekly blog challenge, as well as a free monthly progressive Facebook challenge! Come Play!
I used Copic markers in the BV family, mostly. I really like to have real skin tones on my people for a monochromatic challenge, so I used my artistic license a little bit here. I was also trying to find just the right sentiment for an everyday card that would not be too offensive...LOL! The sentiment is from Create with TLC and she has tons of great sentiments!
Thanks for checking out my blog, and here are my color choices: Skin: E04, 21, 51, 550, R11. Bear: W5, 3, 1. Hair:100, W9, C7, BV01. Clothes: BV29, 25, 23, 20.
The background was quickly water colored with Dioxazine Violet and Payne's Gray. I did not use water color paper, so I watered down my colors and tried to quickly brush them on, adding the colors back and forth to get a look I wanted. I tried to keep it lighter by the sentiment. After this dried I pressed it flat under a few books for the night, then I adhered it to a dark purple cardstock that seemed to match pretty well. Good luck if you play!
Here's my card with this week's 24-hour Flash-Back Friday image!!
Every Friday the team will provide you with inspiration on a particular image. These images are ones that may have been forgotten about, need a little extra lovin, or just out of the vault for 24 hours! YOU CAN GET THIS IMAGE FREE!
All you have to do is join the SSD Facebook Fan Page; but this image will be available for 24 hours ONLY!
Also, every Thursday is a themed-blog challenge and a chance to win some digital images (SSD's blog ) - and there's also the monthly progressive challenge on Facebook! Come play!
My card is colored with Copic markers and the Reds/pinks are: RV 69, 29, 25, 23, 21, 000. Green: G19, 5, YG06. White shading: W5, 3, 1. Background: BV00, 000, 0000.
Thanks for checking out my blog!
This image is great for a bride! I paired her with a background from Make it Crafty because I thought the heart carved into the tree was perfect! Bella Bride is the Sassy Studio Designs Facebook Freebie image for 24 hours this Friday! Go! Go! Go!
Sassy Studio Designs blog and shop link are here: here.
Kathy Rac, Thank you so much for featuring me in your Sunday Post!! It is a great honor! -and a great, happy surprise!!
I thought I better blog the pic you posted, LOL!
(I usually post to my Instagram account, so if you would like to follow my card-making designs, I can be found by: Jeannean Marshall).
Here are the cards
I used Kit & Clowder's 2nd Birthday Bash background freebie class to make the backgrounds on these cards; all colored with Copic Markers. Thanks for looking!
What an inspiration the Krafty Krop has been to me! I pulled out all of my KKS images and had a stampin' party for one! The challenges got my mojo flowin'; thanks Kimmie for giving us a week to get our groove on!!
All my images were colored with Copic markers and mostly Stampin' Up! papers are used. Here are the cards I entered for the challenges. (All images and sentiments are from Kraftin' Kimmie Stamps and they are rubber or clear stamps!)
Krop Challenge 1: Birthday (Everyone needs more birthday cards for our men, right!)
Krop Challenge 2: Paper Piecing (Dress and hair bow match the peach flag paper!)
Krop Challenge 3: Pink! (What could be better than a Pink Cadillac!?- Is the song in your head like it is in mine, Aretha Franklin style!)
Krop Challenge 4: Fussy Cutting (Graduation will be here before I know it!)
Krop Challenge 5: Flowers (I have loved this image from the moment I first saw it; can you believe this is the first time I used it!)
Time for another Flash-Back Friday at Sassy Studio Designs! Here's my shaker card, hope I can give you some inspiration, or a chuckle or two!
This week I made a shaker card fit for a celebration!
Every Friday the team will provide you with inspiration on a particular image. These are images are ones that may have been forgotten about, need a little extra lovin, or out of the vault for 24 hours!
YOU CAN GET THIS IMAGE FREE! All you have to do is join the SSD Facebook Fan Page and it will be available for you to download for 24 hours ONLY!
The DT has put together some fabulous inspiration. Check SSD's blog to see all the makes!!
(Also, every Thursday is a challenge and a chance to win some digital images- and there's the monthly progressive challenge on Facebook! Come play!)
Card details: Colored with Copic markers: Balloons: 100, C7,3. Reds: R59, 46, 17. Pants: 100, C7, 5. Hair: E55, 53, 51. Eyes: E44, 21. Skin: E04, 21, 51, 50, R11.
Glossy Accents applied to balloons. Lesson learned during this episode: Heat gun does not remove fingerprints from glossy accents, it just makes it bubble....oh well, lesson learned...